Kernyen

"Love you...Call me...I'm in the book..."

7 notes &

Did a little bit better. I had to cut the ride short to meet The KiD for lunch. It was great to see her. We live in the same town, but I’m lucky if I get to see her once a month. She’s busy with school, making short films, and she starts a part time job next Monday.

Filed under gpoyw ohana bike thekid bicycling

Notes &

Hittin’ the bike trail this AM and then having lunch with The KiD.  It’s been awhile since I’ve seen my daughter, I’m looking forward to seeing her.  It’s time for us to catch-up.

Have a great day everyone!

Filed under ohana the kid lets get healthy

Notes &

Lately, I’ve been noticing a trend that I find kind of cool, cute, and adorable - there are girls, high school age, that are skateboarding.  I don’t mean “skaters,” but gals just meandering down the road on skateboards.  Even Cuzzy’s daughter, who is a freshman in high school, is saving up some dough for a skateboard.

Cute.

Filed under girls skateboarding cute trend what's in observation

4 notes &

My time in San Diego was a nice break from my every day life here in Sac-Town :)   I gained about 2 pounds, but don’t regret it.  Food plays an important role in my family; celebrations, losses, beginnings, and endings. Food will always be the center of it all.  And it’s always so damned delicious. My family consists of a lot of great cooks.

Now that I’m back home, much to catch up on, like bike riding.  It’s been about 2 weeks.  So I have to start over, but I’m looking forward to it.  I’m headed out on the trail this morning as soon as I get my butt in gear.  I’m back on my eating plan, and generally just settling back into my life.  

I’m feeling grateful that I’m still on sabbatical.  I wish that I could afford to retire now, but I still have a few years of left to go. 

A friend from work called to let me know changes are afoot, lots of re-org shit happening so things will be different when I return.  Not sure how I feel about it since my job will change.

Knitting is coming along nicely albeit the frustrations that I experience when I make a mistake….trying to figure it out is like doing a Rubik’s Cube, something I was never good at it.  Overall I enjoy the process of knitting - it’s meditative and this mind o’mine can sure use it.

As for reading, I’m too much into knitting to pick up a book.  But I need to find time to read Snapper by Brian Kimberling, in time for the next book club meeting.    

Now I have to get this bod in gear and ride my bike - Have a good day and thanks for reading.  

Filed under kernyen update ohana family knitting